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Cheap flights from Singapore to Sydney

Prices were available within the past 7 days and starts at SG$167 for one-way flights and SG$349 for round trip, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Reviews from verified customers

Oct 27, 2019

Got free business class upgrade - nice!

Oct 18, 2019

Older plane. Service was slow but very good

Aug 9, 2019

The beef noodles was not tasty.

Apr 15, 2019

Happy with BA seats and service! Food could be improved thou.

Apr 1, 2019

31/3 BA 15 SIN TO SYDNEY DELAYED MORE THAN 1HR - passengers should have been provided with some refreshments whilst waiting in the holding area as part of service.

Mar 2, 2019

Transfer in Sydney slow due to bad layout if terminal and long ques, but realively easy to find the checking to next flight and baus to other terminal... But it does takes time...

Sep 1, 2018

Staff were efficient and polite! However old style “over the ear” headphones NOT as good as earbuds say on SIA. Meant too much surrounding noise heard.

Jun 2, 2018

Only when come to queuing for departure I think at the A1 part queue too slow seems alot of passenger having problems on finger scanning part.

May 29, 2018

The plane was a little older as it was a QANTAS plane

Mar 15, 2018

Great election of entertainment BUT the earplugs or sound system of my particular unit was NOT GOOD so I didn't watch as much as I would like. I don't know why anyone complains about Economy class, its so comfortable if you know how to select the right airlines!

Origin Airport Changi
Destination Airport Kingsford Smith Intl.
Airlines Serving Air New Zealand, AirAsiaX, All Nippon Airways, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, Emirates, Garuda Indonesia, Malaysia Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Qantas Airways, Scoot, Scoot with baggage, Singapore Airlines, Vietnam Airlines
Flight Price SG$349
Distance 6,255 km

Flights from Singapore to Sydney

Expedia offer both direct and non-direct flights to Sydney International Airport; a direct flight takes approximately 8 hours and you can choose from a range of different airline carriers. Popular airlines include Singapore Airlines, Scoot, Jetstar, British Airways and Quantas Airways.

Sydney International Airport Information

Sydney International Airport (SYD) is the largest and busiest airport in Australia, serving domestic, regional and international flight paths. There are three terminals in total, first of which Terminal 1 serves International arrivals and departures, with regular flights from Qantas, Emirates, China Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Philippines Airlines, amongst many others. Terminal 2 handles domestic flights from regions across Australia, airlines that frequent this terminal are; Jetstar, Virgin Australia, and Tigerair.  Terminal 3 serves regional flights with only Qantas operating in this section. Across all terminals a number of fashion, health & beauty, gift, electrical and duty-free stores can be found, as well restaurants, cafés and fast food courts. There is free Wi-Fi service available to use in Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, connect your device to the server “-FREE SYD WiFi-“ and follow the on boarding instructions.

The international terminal (T1) and domestic terminals (T2/T3) are separate buildings, and so if you need to transfer between them there are a number of ways you can do so, depending on where you need to get too, and at what time.

The T-Bus Service at T1 can found on the arrivals level of the airport at Bus Bay 1 near McDonald’s, and at the first roadway in the centre of the terminal at T2. The journey costs AUD$6 per person one way, and takes you between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2&3. The journey takes approximately 10 minutes, operating much more frequently in the morning period after 06:00 up until a half hourly basis until 21:00.

A taxi can be ordered between terminals, which should take approximately 10 minutes dependent on the time of day you are traveling. This journey will cost you roughly $17 - AUD$22 depending on the taxi company, and traffic.

Airport Link is a train service that runs between T1 and T2&T3, charging AUD$6.10 per person for a one way ticket, unless you have an Opal card in which case you will . The journey between terminals should take approximately 2 minutes and visit frequently from the hours of 05:00 – 00:00.

For those of you flying between a Qantas domestic and Qantas international service either way, you should check your eligibility to use the Qantas Seamless Transfer Service.

Virgin Australia, also provide a seamless transfer service between those of you traveling on both the Virgin Australia and any of Virgin’s international partner airlines. You will also need to check your eligibility for the use of this service.

Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 are walking distance between each other and can be clearly navigated using the sign posts provided.

Expedia offer both direct and non-direct flights to Sydney International Airport; a direct flight takes approximately 8 hours and you can choose from a range of different airline carriers. Popular airlines include Singapore Airlines, Scoot, Jetstar, British Airways and Quantas Airways.

Sydney International Airport Information

Sydney International Airport (SYD) is the largest and busiest airport in Australia, serving domestic, regional and international flight paths. There are three terminals in total, first of which Terminal 1 serves International arrivals and departures, with regular flights from Qantas, Emirates, China Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Philippines Airlines, amongst many others. Terminal 2 handles domestic flights from regions across Australia, airlines that frequent this terminal are; Jetstar, Virgin Australia, and Tigerair.  Terminal 3 serves regional flights with only Qantas operating in this section. Across all terminals a number of fashion, health & beauty, gift, electrical and duty-free stores can be found, as well restaurants, cafés and fast food courts. There is free Wi-Fi service available to use in Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, connect your device to the server “-FREE SYD WiFi-“ and follow the on boarding instructions.

The international terminal (T1) and domestic terminals (T2/T3) are separate buildings, and so if you need to transfer between them there are a number of ways you can do so, depending on where you need to get too, and at what time.

The T-Bus Service at T1 can found on the arrivals level of the airport at Bus Bay 1 near McDonald’s, and at the first roadway in the centre of the terminal at T2. The journey costs AUD$6 per person one way, and takes you between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2&3. The journey takes approximately 10 minutes, operating much more frequently in the morning period after 06:00 up until a half hourly basis until 21:00.

A taxi can be ordered between terminals, which should take approximately 10 minutes dependent on the time of day you are traveling. This journey will cost you roughly $17 - AUD$22 depending on the taxi company, and traffic.

Airport Link is a train service that runs between T1 and T2&T3, charging AUD$6.10 per person for a one way ticket, unless you have an Opal card in which case you will . The journey between terminals should take approximately 2 minutes and visit frequently from the hours of 05:00 – 00:00.

For those of you flying between a Qantas domestic and Qantas international service either way, you should check your eligibility to use the Qantas Seamless Transfer Service.

Virgin Australia, also provide a seamless transfer service between those of you traveling on both the Virgin Australia and any of Virgin’s international partner airlines. You will also need to check your eligibility for the use of this service.

Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 are walking distance between each other and can be clearly navigated using the sign posts provided.

Getting From Sydney Airport to Sydney City Centre

By Train: Train stations that operate the Airport Link service can be found in both Terminal 1 and then also between Terminal 2 & Terminal 3. The station at Terminal 1 (International) is located over at the northern end of the terminal accessible on the Arrivals level. Terminal 2 & Terminal 3 (Domestic) has the station located between the two terminals also on the Arrivals level. Trains are frequent usually coming every 10 minutes, with the train journey into central taking approximately 13 minutes. Tickets to central stations from the domestic terminals (T2&T3 cost AUD$17.50, and the same journey from the international terminal (T1) will cost you AUD$18.50.

By Taxi: There are two taxi ranks, one serving the two domestic terminals, and the other outside the international terminal. There are a number of different taxis appropriate for all sorts of customer requirements (no. seats, wheelchair access, baby capsules, etc), that supervisors will point you in the direction of the nearest most ideal taxi. Taxi fares will vary dependent on time, distance and company but will usually charge AUD$45 - 55 in Sydney city centre.

By Bus: There is a bus service running along Route 400 that travels between Bondi Junction and Burwood, this service stops at both international and domestic terminals of Sydney Airport. There are clearly marked bus stops that can be found outside each terminal. The bus from outside the domestic terminals will take you approximately 45 minutes to Sydney Central Station and cost you AUD$3.50 with an Opal card. Travel from the bus stop outside T1 to Sydney Central Station will take you 55-58 minutes and will cost you AUD$3.50 with an Opal card.

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